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Semantic Technology Jobs: Senior NLP Developer

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Grammarly is looking for a Senior NLP Developer in San Francisco, CA.


Grammarly is looking for a Senior NLP Developer in San Francisco, CA. According to the post, “Grammarly is looking for outstanding Natural Language Processing engineers to help us build the world’s best automated English proofreader. We need someone who wields two swords and is equally good at linguistics and engineering. As a Senior NLP Developer you will: Drive the implementation of challenging NLP algorithms in the Grammarly core and help your peers with easier NLP tasks as an expert; Work with our linguists to collect, organize and process data used in different components of the system; Brainstorm with us on ways to make Grammarly smarter and develop new technologies at the forefront of modern Natural Language Processing.”


Qualifications for the position include: “A life passion for Natural Language Processing. PhD or MSc in both Computer Science and Computational Linguistics or related fields strongly preferred. 3+ years of developing real-world Natural Language Processing applications. 5+ years of commercial software development experience. Substantial experience with both statistical and rule-based approaches to NLP. NLP-related publications and/or open-source projects. Fluency in programming, preferably Python/Java/Lisp. Use of Unix as the main development platform. Great written and spoken English. Background in machine learning; Experience with syntax/dependency parsing, spelling correction, word sense disambiguation or similar NLP applications; Contribution or at least extensive experience with some of the popular NLP frameworks (OpenNLP, NLTK, LingPipe, Stanford, GATE, etc.).”


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